Is Affordable Spay & Neuter a full service veterinary clinic?
Yes. ASN offers high quality medical and preventative care for your pet at an affordable price.

Do you have licensed Veterinarians doing the procedures?
Yes. Our Doctor is a licensed vet with 15 years experience. We have  an a full Tech staff.


Does my pet have to stay overnight?
No. We are a same day service, with you dropping off in the morning, and picking back up later that afternoon.  Dogs are usually dropped off between 7-8 am . All cats are usually dropped off between 8-9am  on Monday through Friday .We will call you when your pet is out of surgery and give you a more precise pick-up time.


What type of aftercare is needed when I take my pet home?
When you leave our facility with your pet, we will go over all the aftercare information with you in detail. In summary, you need to have your pet be as restful as possible for the first 48 hours. No running, jumping, or playing with other pets. We do recommend that you limit their activity for a full 7 days after the surgery.


What does your pricing include? Are they any additional costs?
Our spay/neuter pricing includes: Anesthesia, IV catheter fluids, monitoring of vitals, and take home pain medication. Other charges would only apply if your pet was determined to be In-heat, overweight, pregnant, or something else out of the ordinary. To ensure the safety of your pet, we require doing a pre-anesthetic blood panel on the day of the surgery. Click Here for more info on our blood panels.


Do I need to show proof of vaccinations before I can get my pet spayed/neutered?
No. We do not need to see proof of vaccination. However, if you are going to be getting vaccinations done at our clinic, or aren't sure if you need vaccinations, you can bring in your paperwork and we can help you figure it out.


Do I need to make an appointment?
Yes. Please call our office to make your appointment. We can usually get you in within a few days of your call.


What do I need to know before bringing in my pet for their spay/neuter:
Please make sure your pet does not eat or drink after midnite, prior to the day of surgery. You can also print out our client information sheet by clicking HERE, and fill out in advance to checking in.



Do I need to bring my pet back to have sutures removed?
No. The sutures are in the muscle, and the skin is closed with a surgical glue. The stitches will dissolve over time.


What payment methods do you accept:
We accept Cash, Credit , Debit or Care Credit.


What if my pets incision site looks infected, or appears to be opening?
Please give us a call if the site looks infected, or appears to be opening. We are more than happy to have you come in so we can recheck it for you.